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Midterm exam #1 review guidelines

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Midterm exam #1 review guidelines Peoples of the World (ANTH 2203) Prof. Misha Klein, University of Oklahoma, Spring 2008 The midterm will be given in class on February 19, and will cover course material (readings, lectures, film) up through Week 5. For the exam, please bring an empty blue book . The follow terms and questions are intended to help you review in preparation for the exam. The exam will consist of fill-in-the-blank, multiple-choice, identification, short-answer, and long-answer questions. To help you study, in addition to these review questions and terms, and the questions at the end of each chapter in your books, you can use the Mirror for Humanity Online Learning Center at www.mhhe.com/kottakmfh6 . Review questions: The midterm will be drawn from this review sheet. On the exam, give detailed answers to the short and long questions. Be as specific as you can; do not assume we understand what you mean. Examples always clarify whether you understand the concept(s) in question. Be sure to refer to specific course material in your answers. Suggestion : outlining your answers during the exam will help you think and write clearly; if you run out of time, you may receive partial credit based on your outline. * How many subfields are there in anthropology and what are they?
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